Watch this anytime you're not feeling so great about your hair.
Black women are by no means a monolith but we do share many experiences and #Hairties, among other things, was aimed at holding a mirror up to those experiences...
Even though she had never had her hair relaxed, Naomi still struggled to learn how to take care of her natural hair.
Marissiko shares early memories of her dad doing her hair and being inspired by her cousin to love her particular curl pattern.
In this episode of #Hairties I share my story and how what I learned about my hair was passed down to me from my Mum.
In this episode of #Hairties we find ourselves in Nigeria in the early 1960s where Dupsy gets her hair plaited by her mom, her first #hairtie.
Our second episode of #Hairties begins in the 60s-ish in Compton with Shay in her pig tails and bangs.
Our series begins in the 1950s in Pennsylvania with a young Marian and her hair bows and curls.
Consumers now have the power to really tell brands what they need and think, and brands have to be able to respond or get left behind.
Remember the tour de force that was Lupita N'yongo when she made her rounds on several red carpets back in 2014? Larry Sims was the stylist behind N'yongo's eve...
If someone gave you a blank slate and said, ‘you’re the boss; you can determine what is pretty,’ what would you say? How would you define it?
In America black hair is not just hair. There's a larger historical weight that comes with the way we style our hair.